JC Santos finally shows face of his baby amid COVID-19 crisis

JC Santos finally shows face of his baby amid COVID-19 crisis

- JC Santos caught the attention of many people because of his recent social media post

- He finally showed to the public the face of his 2-month-old baby

- He also wrote a sweet caption and a funny promise to his charming daughter

- Some celebrities in the Philippines reacted to the said post of the actor

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JC Santos has decided to reveal the face of his 2-month-old daughter for the first time since she was born.

KAMI learned that the prominent actor uploaded several photos of his charming baby River Altheia on social media.

The said pictures spread good vibes amid the novel coronavirus crisis that is being experienced in the Philippines.

The “100 Tula Para kay Stella” star stated through the caption that he will buy his daughter a new dress when malls start operating again.

“Happy 2nd month to my funny little cream puff!” he wrote.

“P.S. As soon as the mall opens, I promise I will buy you a dress. Para di ka na mapagkamalang boy,” he added.

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Several showbiz personalities also reacted after seeing the recent post of JC. Some of them were Nadine Lustre, Phoebe Walker, Benj Manalo, and Angelica Panganiban.

“Cutieeee! I’m happy for u brader! Enjoy those precious moments with your fam,” Benj quipped.

“Yeyy happy times!!!” Phoebe also commented.

JC Santos finally shows face of his baby amid COVID-19 crisis

In a previous article by , JC admitted to the public that he is already married.

JC Santos is one of the most acclaimed actors in the Philippines. His recent project was the remake of “Miracle in Cell No. 7” that became number one during the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) 2019.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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